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What do you want to be when you grow up?   This is a changing question for anyone. 4-H can help youth explore career options by sparking their interest in learning about careers and the … more
Taking just one “small step” to improve your lifestyle choices can drastically enhance your health. Here’s an example: to prevent weight gain of one pound a year, eat ten … more
While negative stereotypes abound on the outlook, life-styles and attitudes of young people today, most youth in the country are actually healthier, happy and productive members of society.   … more
Nebraska Extension has eight key programming impact areas.   These programming areas include: •Agriculture Economics; •Beef Systems; •Community Environment; … more
4-H provides youth with the opportunity to learn by doing; but that opportunity is not only limited to youth enrolled in a 4-H program. In Nebraska, youth, ages 5-18, participate in 4-H through the … more
Math skills are a critical component of the early development of young children and a predictor of later success in school.    Nebraska Extension is proud to sponsor a program called … more
College and career readiness have definitely become a trending focus in many school systems, often starting exposure to college and career options in elementary school.   Waiting to have … more
4-H empowers youth with skills to lead for a lifetime. In 4-H, we believe in the power of young people. We see that every child has valuable strengths and real influence to improve the world around … more
Vocabulary, judgment and overall wisdom seem to improve with age.   However, a normal part of healthy aging includes a decreased ability of the brain to think, understand, remember, and … more
Attracting and feeding outdoor birds is a favorite winter pastime for many. Watching the different species from a home or office window can bring cheer on cold and dreary days.   By … more
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